Carnegie Science Center

February 23

10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Calling Pittsburgh’s smallest scientists to the North Shore! On Mondays in February, the Carnegie Science Center invites all early learners, ages two to six, to enjoy a day packed with engaging experiences designed especially for them.

During Munchkin Mondays, preschoolers will get up close to exciting science concepts, participate in hands-on activities and socialize with other little learners. With the assistance of parents, family members or guardians, children will enjoy imaginative story times, make-and-take projects, planetarium shows and live demos.

Munchkin Mondays take place during the month of February, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The special themed activities, which take place throughout the center’s North Shore facilities, are wonderful for families and daycare groups alike.

Munchkin Mondays activities are free with general admission. For a few dollars more, visitors can also see Animalopolis or Born to be Wild in the Science Center’s Rangos Omnimax Theater, which holds the distinction of being Pittsburgh’s biggest movie screen!